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China imposes provisional antidumping duties on polysilicon from Korea, US

10:38 PM MDT | July 18, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh

The Chinese government says that the Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom; Beijing) will impose provisional antidumping duties on imports of solar-grade polysilicon from South Korea and the United States, starting 24 July. Chinese importers of solar-grade polysilicon from the United States will be required to pay the Chinese customs authority deposits ranging from 53.3% to 57%, depending on the dumping margin, the government says. Chinese entities importing from South Korea will have to pay deposits ranging from 2.4% to 48.7%, the government...

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